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Lieke A. Golbach, Marleen H. Scheer, Jan J.M. Cuppen, Huub Savelkoul, B.M. Lidy Verburg-van Kemenade
J Innate Immun (2015) 7 (5): 459–465.
Published Online: 10 April 2015
... EMF exposure. Our study shows that formation of NETs is enhanced by LF EMF exposure . Enhanced NET formation leads to increased antimicrobial properties as well as damage to surrounding cells. We found that LF-EMF-induced NET formation is dependent on the NADPH oxidase pathway and production...
J Innate Immun (2013) 5 (3): 277–289.
Published Online: 26 January 2013
..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Exocytosis MAPK NADPH oxidase Neutrophils p38 Pin1 Priming...
A. Paige Davis Volk, Brieanna M. Barber, Kelli L. Goss, Jake G. Ruff, Christine K. Heise, Jessica S. Hook, Jessica G. Moreland
J Innate Immun (2011) 3 (3): 298–314.
Published Online: 19 November 2010
... priming in response to TNF-α in human PMN and PLB-985 cells, a myeloid cell line differentiated to a neutrophilic phenotype (PLB-D). PMN generated reactive oxygen species (ROS) in response to TNF-α alone, and NADPH oxidase activity increased in response to stimulation with formyl-Met-Leu-Phe after priming...
Natalia A. Kaniuk, Grace Y. Lam, Caixia Ma, Esther Galindo-Mata, Nicola Jones, Bruce A. Vallance, John H. Brumell
J Innate Immun (2010) 3 (1): 83–98.
Published Online: 20 October 2010
... on T3SS activity and the effector translocated intimin receptor (Tir). Aggregates formed at 6 days after infection, when bacterial loads were maximal, but were absent at 12 days. Aggregates were not observed in MyD88 –/– mice. Aggregate formation correlated with MyD88-dependent induction of NADPH oxidase...
Daniela B. Munafo, Jennifer L. Johnson, Agnieszka A. Brzezinska, Beverly A. Ellis, Malcolm R. Wood, Sergio D. Catz
J Innate Immun (2009) 1 (6): 527–542.
Published Online: 27 August 2009
... distribution on NETs proceed by independent mechanisms. NADPH oxidase subunits were also detected on NETs, and the detection of extracellular trap-associated NADPH oxidase subunits was abolished by treatment with DNase I and dependent on cell stimulation. In vitro analyses demonstrate that MPO and NADPH...
J Innate Immun (2009) 1 (6): 543–555.
Published Online: 18 August 2009
...Satoru Yuzawa; Kei Miyano; Kazuya Honbou; Fuyuhiko Inagaki; Hideki Sumimoto The phagocyte NADPH oxidase, crucial for innate immunity, is dormant in resting cells, but becomes activated during phagocytosis to produce superoxide, a precursor of microbicidal oxidants. In activation of the oxidase...
J Innate Immun (2009) 1 (6): 570–581.
Published Online: 14 August 2009
... demonstrate that primary microglia preparations not only express the phagocyte NADPH oxidase NOX2, but also the NOX1 and NOX4 isoforms. Here we investigated the relationship between neuroinflammation and NOX isoform expression in the human microglia cell line clone 3 (HMC3). HMC3 cells are typical microglia...
J Innate Immun (2009) 1 (6): 509–526.
Published Online: 07 July 2009
... in macrophage fusion are still not fully understood. In addition to cytokines and a number of adhesion proteins and receptors, it is becoming increasingly clear that NADPH oxidase-generated reactive oxygen species (ROS) also play an important role in macrophage fusion. In this review, we provide an overview...
J Innate Immun (2009) 1 (2): 145–152.
Published Online: 18 August 2008
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Anthrax cAMP-dependent protein kinase Colon epithelium Edema toxin Innate immunity NADPH oxidase Phosphorylation Protein kinase A 14-3-3 proteins Reactive oxygen species National...